Young Invincibles’ State of California Millennials Summit hosts lieutenant governor candidate debate; millennial candidate Cameron Gharabiklou makes mark, outshines rival candidates
As the June 5th primary election nears, 11 California lieutenant governor candidates are vying for a first or second place finish, which would solidify their advancement to the November general election.
One of those lieutenant governor candidates, San Diego-based attorney and small business owner Cameron Gharabiklou, recently went head to head with three of his rivals, Gayle McLaughlin, David Hernandez and David Fennell, during the Young Invincibles’ State of California Millennials Summit.
Gharabiklou, the only millennial candidate in the race, was able to identify with the attendees on issues like the student loan crisis and fighting back against the Trump administration.
Gharabiklou said he is running what he calls a “next-generation political campaign,” and says that many of his fellow millennial candidates are doing the same.
“We didn’t pay for a pricey campaign consultant to tell us what to say, and... Read more >
Cameron will be headlining a town hall summit, hosted by Young Invincibles. Young Invincibles’ mission is to amplify the voices of young adults in the political process and expand economic opportunity for the millennial generation. As the only millennial candidate in the race for California Lieutenant Governor, Cameron is excited to share and collaborate with the Young Invincibles. The event will be held Saturday, April 28th @ 12:00 pm at Cal State University, Dominguez Hills. You can obtain tickets here.... Read more >
In the L.A. area? Join us for the upcoming Cameron for California campaign shindig on March 24, from 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. at The Gallery at Marco Place. (If you are on Facebook, let us know you are “going” - check out the invite HERE.)
Stop by for free tacos, beer + wine, and chat with Lt. Governor candidate Cameron Gharabiklou plus other community friends that share the California Values we are all rallying behind.
Learn about what the Lt. Governor does, why this elected position matters, and how Cameron plans to lead the way on environment, education and economy.
ABOUT THE LOCATION: The event takes place at “The Gallery at Marco Place,” a Venice-based community art gallery and indoor / outdoor event space. It is set in between bungalow homes, located off of the Marco Pl. walkstreet (enter on foot off of Lincoln or Linden.)
PARKING: Parking in this area can be tricky – there is sometimes street parking available on Lincoln, or on nearby streets, however Lyft/Uber or non-car transportation is highly recommend. Bike parking is available.
DO I HAVE TO DONATE TO ATTEND?: This event is free, HOWEVER, we appreciate and strongly encourage a donation to the... Read more >
We told you the California Democratic Party state convention was coming to town. We told you we wanted to make a BIG impression on the party and show the might of our campaign.
Because of YOUR help, we succeeded beyond anything we could've expected!
- Despite larger and more established campaigns having the "inside track" at the convention;
- Despite being the only campaign relying solely on individual contributions and rejecting contribution from corporations, PACs and developers;
- And despite being outspent;
We successfully prevented the party from endorsing any candidate, thus allowing the voters of California to decide in June who should advance on to the November general election.
This was a HUGE victory for our grassroots campaign.
We couldn't have done it without you! The fight goes on! We are all in for the June 5th primary. It's a race to the finish and we won't let up.
As always, this is a war of attrition and your donations keep us afloat. Please consider donating $5, $10, or $25 on a recurring monthly basis. For the price of a few cups of coffee, you can have a powerful lasting impact on the future of California. Everything helps!... Read more >
The 2018 California Democrats State Convention is taking place in San Diego, Calif. Feb. 23-25, and Lt. Governor Candidate Cameron Gharabiklou will be there speaking with various groups. Attendees are also encouraged to stop by his booth, say hello to volunteers and learn a little more about Cameron and the campaign. PLUS, open to all is the Cameron for California “California Values” party at Rustic Root on Saturday, Feb. 24 night, that you wont want to miss. RSVP and details here: https://www.facebook.com/events/329256657568163/
(If you are interested in having Cameron speak to your caucus at the CADEM convention, please email [email protected] with your request.)... Read more >
Cameron is the featured guest in-studio with Real Talk San Diego to provide some education about California state-elected positions and shed light on his own campaign, and the California Values he is running on.... Read more >
Halloween is a time for ghosts, goblins, and family and friends to come together. It is a time to celebrate and to enjoy a good scare. But there is a looming threat lurking over Californians...and unfortunately, it is not all fun and games. Today seems like the opportune time to lay out some of the most terrifying pieces of Trump’s agenda.
1. Border Wall: In our beautiful border city of San Diego, the Trump administration has authorized the development and testing of various border wall prototypes. I stand for using California’s environmental laws to slow or stop the border wall construction.
2. Coastal Drilling: In taking his first step towards opening up our precious ocean waters to offshore oil drilling, Trump signed the America First Offshore Energy Executive Order. Californians will not stand for oil rigs lining our coast, polluting our waters, and destroying our sea. As the chair of the California State Lands Commission (a role of the Lt. Governor), I will call for a ban on any oil tanker entering a California port to off-load its cargo, if it is a result of new oil drilling off our coast.
3. Tax Cuts: Beware the dreaded bait and switch. Trump’s tax cut... Read more >
The office of Lt. Governor of California might be the least understood state elected position and the one that is the most underutilized. The Lt. Governor though is uniquely positioned to affect key issues in California that really matter from environment to education.
Higher Education: The Lt. Governor has the potential to impact the method in which higher education is obtained by our students and the ability of those students and current workers to get the jobs they deserve. As a Regent and Trustee of California public university system, I believe the next Lt. Governor should vote against any tuition/fee hikes on students. Whether or not to attend university shouldn't be a decision on whether or not to be saddled with debt the rest of your life. Education is a right. To further this goal, we should move towards tuition-free community college, which will allow our students to obtain the first two years of higher education without fear of financial destitution. If this is a value you share, make your voice heard!
Economic Development: As a Chairperson of the California Economic Development Commission, the Lt. Governor must assess the issues affecting our workers, provide a forum and... Read more >
Cameron Gharabiklou is running on a platform touting California values as a strong rebuke against Donald Trump.
San Diego, California (PRWEB) September 20, 2017
San Diego-based attorney Cameron Gharabiklou today announced his bid for Lieutenant Governor of California.
Gharabiklou, a 36-year-old attorney and business owner, launched with a strong and clear message: California will not tolerate the hateful and vindictive policies of the Donald Trump administration.
While many candidates thus far have been running their campaign with a more muted tone, Gharabiklou contends the state of California must use its position of strength and size to lead the country forward.
“California needs strong, outside thinkers in its state government,” said Gharabiklou. “We’re a state that has grown into the sixth largest economy in the world by embracing California values like inclusion, acceptance and equality.”
In Gharabiklou’s provocative launch video, he says, “we will not be silenced and we will not be bullied,” while calling for people to stand up for California values, and “lead the resistance.”
The Lieutenant Governor in California runs on its own ticket, independent of the Governor, and is one of the lesser know positions in state government; Gharabiklou wants to change that.
“My goal is to help educate Californians on why this position matters,... Read more >